Does town called Mangiana, Italy exsist?

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Does town called Mangiana, Italy exsist?

Postby vauguletto » 13 Apr 2004, 09:16

Looking for Auguletto surname. Found Antonio Augilletto listed in Ellis Island passenger record. It says:
He arrived May 11, 1910
age 23
Married
Place of residence: Mangiana, Italy
Port of departure: Naples, Campania, Italy
Ship of travel: Duca Degli Abruzzi
Would truly apprciate ANY info on this surname.
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Re: Does town called Mangiana, Italy exsist?

Postby suanj » 13 Apr 2004, 14:44

vauguletto wrote:Looking for Auguletto surname. Found Antonio Augilletto listed in Ellis Island passenger record. It says:
He arrived May 11, 1910
age 23
Married
Place of residence: Mangiana, Italy
Port of departure: Naples, Campania, Italy
Ship of travel: Duca Degli Abruzzi
Would truly apprciate ANY info on this surname.

The town is MONGIANA(VIBO VALENTIA province-Calabria region). Really in Italy only exist the surname is Augelletta, are also an other Antonio Augelletta coming from Mongiana http://www.ellisislandrecords.org/searc ... 2468130510
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Postby vauguletto » 20 Apr 2004, 08:02

Thanks Suanj!
Could the surname Auguletto be another nationality. Or just a misspelling of Augelletta? Do you know the maning of this surname?
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Postby suanj » 20 Apr 2004, 10:25

Hi: Augelletta means (in ancient italian language )little bird(bird female), I task Augelletta real italian version of Auguletto surname; more Auguletto i task that really not exist in nobody country..regards, suanj
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Postby vauguletto » 22 Apr 2004, 05:16

Thanks again...........interesting.
The person listed on 1910 census was listed with surname "Auguletto" first name John. In Bridgeport Conneticut, USA. Listed as a laborer, and spoke fluent Italian. Age 32 married for 18 years. Immigrated to USA in 1904.
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Postby ptimber » 22 Apr 2004, 17:47

The closest surname is Augello and that is a variation on the word Uccello (bird). The auguletto is most likely local in origin but you might try www.google.com and put in the Auguletto surname and see what comes up. Peter
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